Your ticket is valid for 24 hours.Start time
Cruises run between 9:15am - 7:50pm. Please see the departure schedule as running times may vary for the different routes and times of year.
Your choice of Pier: Westminster Pier, Waterloo (London Eye) Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier. (You must collect your SEALIFE London Aquarium ticket from Westminster or Tower Pier before heading to the attraction)
The SEALIFE London Aquarium: located next to the London Eye
The closest tube stations to start points are given below:
Westminster Pier: Westminster Tube (Jubilee and District Lines)
London Eye: Waterloo Tube (Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo Lines)
Tower Pier: Tower Hill Tube (District Line & DLR)
Greenwich Pier: North Greenwich Tube (Jubilee Line)
Please report at the meeting point 20 minutes before the boading time. This is mandatory to ensure time to obtain boarding passes.
The pier of your choice, or SEALIFE London Aquarium
This great value combo lets you see London by boat at your own pace and meet amazing creatures at the SEALIFE London Aquarium.
The River Red Rover all-day travel pass offers unlimited access to the river. You can hop on and hop off at any one of four piers with open passage on our local partner’s sightseeing boats for for a full day exploring the Thames.
There's so much to see and do! You could visit the Houses of Parliament, stroll around St Paul’s Cathedral, visit the stunning art collections at the Tate Modern or explore the wonderful Royal museums at Greenwich. And don’t miss the chance to tour the historic ships along the Thames – HMS Belfast, The Cutty Sark and The Golden Hinde.
As you sail along, an audio-commentary in seven languages will make sure you don’t miss a thing.
At the SEALIFE London Aquarium you’ll find a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of life. Meet magnificent sharks, tiny sea-horse, comical clownfish, cute gentoo penguins, graceful rays and many more wonderful creatures. This is an attraction all the family will love!
Plan your own London tour with the River Red Rover All Day Travel Pass & SEALIFE London Aquarium Ticket combo.
With your All Day Travel Pass you can hop on and off the cruise boats all day just as you like. You can also explore the wonders of the deep at the world-famous SEALIFE London Aquarium.
You can board (or leave) the boat at one of the following Piers: Westminster Pier, Waterloo (London Eye) Pier, Tower Pier and Greenwich Pier. (You must collect your SEALIFE London Aquarium ticket from Westminster or Tower Pier.)
From the Houses of Parliament to the Greenwich Observatory and in between, your All Day Travel Pass will take you past the most popular and recognisable landmarks in London.
Between stops, you'll be treated to a guided commentary (available in seven languages).
Here are some famous riverside landmarks you can see with your All Day Travel Pass:• Palace of Westminster
SEALIFE London Aquarium
Located next to the London Eye, within the historic County Hall building, SEA LIFE London Aquarium boasts one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life.
The exhibits take you on a breathtaking journey from the coast to the depths of the ocean. Awesome sharks, delicate seahorses, huge stingrays, sharp-toothed piranhas, cute penguins, stripey clownfish, beautiful starfish, multihued reef-fish and colorful jellyfish are just some of the fascinating animals you’ll encounter.
Your day will end at the pier of your choice, or at SEALIFE London Aquarium.
Sailing times may change based on tide levels and river traffic, please check with the staff on the day of the cruise. You are especially advised to check if you intend to travel on the last sailing of any given day.
Please arrive at the departing pier 20 - 30 minutes before the time of departure.
During summer months you may not be able to board your first choice of boat.
Boats are not wheelchair accessible.
You must collect your SEALIFE London Aquarium ticket from Westminster or Tower Pier.
The SEALIFE London Aquarium is located next to the London Eye.
The SEALIFE London Aquarium is closed on Christmas Day.